Chapter 9 Notes
(p. 151) When and where did Minoan civilization begin?
(151) Minoans are also known as _____________________.
(151) What skills did the Minoans have that enabled them to become ship builders and
(151) What improvements did the Minoans make to sailing ships?
(152) What did Minoan merchants trade?
(152) Describe a Minoan city:
(152) What are frescoes?
(153) What is a labyrinth?
(154) Who were Minoan rulers?
(154) Describe Minoan religion:
(155) What caused the Minoan culture to fall?
(155) From where and when did the Mycenaeans come?
(157) How did the Mycenaeans get their food?
(157) What did the Mycenaeans do with olives?
(158) Describe Mycenaean soldiers:
(158) What was the Trojan war?
(158-9) Who was Homer?
(159) Describe the Mycenaean dark ages:
(160) Who were the Hellenes?
Chapter 10 - Greek City States
10.1 The Polis
(p. 163) polis
(163-4) Who were citizens of Greek city-states?
(164) Rights of Greek citizens
(164) Expectations for Greek citizens
(164) Spartan Assembly
(164) Council of Elders
(166) What happened to Spartan babies?
(167) Describe life for Spartan boys and men
(167) Describe life for Spartan women
(167) Why did spartans resist change?
(168) What happened to Athenian government around 750 BCE?
(171) Council of 500
(171) Why did the Persian Wars take place?
(171) Describe the Battle of Marathon
(172-3) How did the Greeks end the Persian Wars?
(173) Delian League
(175) Peloponnesian War
10.4 Decline of City States
(175-6) Describe Greek life following the Peloponnesian Wars
(176) Who conquered Greece in 338 BCE?
Notes: Chapter 11 (Ancient Greece) Cultural Contributions
11.1 Religious Practices
(p.179) What did the Greeks consider the source of all power?
(179) How did the Greeks honor their gods?
(180) How many Greek gods?
(180) How was the Greeks' approach to their gods different from other cultures?
(181) Describe the realm of each of the following Greek gods:
(181) What contributions came from Greek festivals?
(182) How did the Olympics affect warfare?
(183) What happened between sporting events at the Olympics?
(183) Who went to Greek plays?
(185) How did Socrates think people could find truth?
(186) Socratic Method
(186) What happened to Socrates and why?
(187) Describe Plato's relationship to Socrates:
(187) the Academy
(187) Who did Plato think should rule?
(187) The Republic
(187) political science
(188) Describe Aristotle's relationship to Plato:
(188) How did Aristotle think one discovers the laws that govern the physical world?
Who later followed this lead during the Renaissance?
(188) How has Aristotle's model helped science?
(188) What did Greeks think governed the world?
Chapter 12 - The Hellenistic Period
(p. 193) Phillip II -
(194) How did Phillip II change miitary tradtion?
(194) phalanx -
(195) alliances -
(195) orator -
(195) Battle of Chaeronea -
12.2 Alexander the Great
(195) How old was Alexander when he took over the throne?
(195) Who was Alexander's teacher?
(196) How far had Alexander marched his troops?
(196) What was Alexander's dream for the world?
(197) How many Alexandrias were founded by Alexander?
(197) What was the Museum in Alexandria, Egypt?
(197) Who thought a ship could reach India by sailing west from Spain?
(198) How old was Alexander when he died?
(198-9) What happened to Alexander's empire after he died?
(199) After the end of Alexander's empire, what legacies remained?
(200) What happened to the Greek city-states after the end of Alexander's empire?